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Witton Park Viaduct

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Also known as Etherley Viaduct.

Crosses the River Wear near Witton Park, Co Durham, and also crosses a recently-rebuilt road bridge.

Opened in 1843 as a timber viaduct for the Bishop Auckland and Weardale Railway from Bishop Auckland to Crook.[1]. Later rebuilt in brick and stone.

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Sources of Information

  1. York Herald - Saturday 11 November 1843